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of other countries most notably china. it's great to have you on the show. you made the case, but at the end of the day the real challenge is staring us right in the face, china india and the developing nations. unless we dramatically encourage a shift in the way they consume energy, our individual efforts aren't necessarily go to aggregate into anything significant, is that fair? >> absolutely. china has already put out twice as many gasses as the u.s. in 2012. while our emissions are going down, china is growing at 10% of the year. if all of this was to cease to exist, china would make up for that in three and a half years. >> it doesn't matter what we do here. if we set an example by spending money and china can't afford to follow that example and we can't afford to subsidize that example, then that example is not much good. we need something that can be done in china. then we would both believe any solution has to be focused on the developing world because that is where--i'm not putting blame on anybody. they have every right in my mind to develop. i would love to see the
of the five nominees have been our customers. i was in china recently on top of one of the towers and there is one of the guys who run our operations in china. all of this was designed using our software. >> so it's architects, the engineers and creative folks in all of these companies. how broad international you've got a portfolio that spans i would imagine not just united states companies. >> as a matter of fact 75% of our business is outside of the united states. if you want to understand it, mostly our revenue and our business is where the gdp is. where there is economic activity, where people are building designing and manufacturing things that's where we are. >> you're also in another area of the economy that is getting a lot of attention manufacturing particularly 3-d printing. we have a number of things that you brought in and people are wondering what the heck is sitting on the table. one of them is a speaker that you printed. it sounds so extraordinary. you had this printed out software, that allowed you to send a file to a printer machine like we would print out a docu
, it sound relatively simple. make the united states more competitive with india and china by advancing more sophisticated jobs here at home. that's no easy task. but ro khanna said it can be done. he's joining us now to explain how. ro, it's great to have you on the show. you've written a book, "why manufacturing is key:: : ." entrepreneurism has a component of manufacturing that one cannot be separated from the other. >> exactly governor, thank you for having me on and thank you for the close read of the book. that's the point. when people think of manufacturing jobs is not knowledge jobs but if you go in these factories it requires complex understanding of machinery, lean manufacturing. i tell people being a lawyer is repetitive. a lot of these jobs are more creative and manufacturers that are succeeded are entrepreneurial. >> gavin: you make a point in this book and i think it's important that people understand, we were in a day of people and products and focus now is on what is missing meaning that manufacturing declines percentage terms are precipitous. china's rise is significant but
economies so when you stagnated the arab world was flourishing. china was flourishing. we have one world now. >> gavin: when we come back we'll talk about privacy on the web and what that means in the future. [ piano plays ] troy polamalu's going deeper. ♪ ♪ and so is head & shoulders deep clean. [ male announcer ] with 7 benefits it goes deep to remove grease, gunk and flakes. deep. like me. [ male announcer ] head & shoulders deep clean for men. ♪ ♪ >> i want to focus on the folks that are making a difference. (vo) here's how you can connect with the gavin newsom show. >>i'm an outsider in the inside. ideas are the best politics. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> gavin: we're back with media visionary tim o'reilly, founder of o'reilly media. i asked him how we'll deal with privacy in 2013. >> you know, there are a couple of notions of privacy and one gets confused with secrecy. i.e. i really want to have something that nobody else knows. the other is--and it's not knowable. it's protected. the other notion is that there are social norms about what you dig into. you know t
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